By Harvey Byrne

Football Insider rates the Tottenham players in their 3-2 win against West Ham in Saturday evening’s Premier League clash at White Hart Lane.

Hugo Lloris 5 – The French goalkeeper had little to do, but was unable to stop his side from conceding two goals.

Kyle Walker 4 – His forward runs failed to produce anything of note, and he also struggled with Dimitri Payet.

Eric Dier 6 – The England international played some nice balls from defence to the forwards and also forced a good save from Darren Randolph in the second half.

Jan Vertonghen 6 – Gave a solid performance at the back, wasn’t involved in either goal that was conceded.

Danny Rose 5 – The full-back was at fault for keeping Michail Antonio onside for the opener, although he did also play a part in the Spurs goal with a good attacking run.

Victor Wanyama 6 – Was solid as part of the defensive unit, but Tottenham were calling out for more creativity in the second half from their midfield.

Harry Winks 8 – The young prospect gave a display well above his years with a composed performance in midfield and fully deserved his goal.

Mousa Dembele 6 – Looked his usual assured self in midfield and helped Spurs to control the game.

Christian Eriksen 3 – The 24-year-old Denmark international will not have been happy with his performance, which included many miss-hit passes and poor footwork on the ball.

Harry Kane 8 – The forward struggled to impose himself on the game, but he was in the right place to convert the equaliser and was composed enough to slot home the winner.

Vincent Janssen 5 – The summer signing struggled to get into the match and his error could have been costly after giving away a penalty following a shirt grab on Winston Reid.

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Dele Alli (for Janssen 69 mins) 6

Son Heung-min (for Mousa Dembele 73 mins) 9

Kieran Trippier (for Kyle Walker 89 mins) 6

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